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April 3, 2018 2:20 PM 'This is not your TOILET' Macron blasted over illegal raid as France-Italy row EXPLODES

FRANCE and Italy have became embroiled in a bitter diplomatic row after a French border patrol ‘illegally’ entered an Italian clinic run by a non-governmental organisation that treats migrants trying to cross the Alps. Italian officials say French border police went into a migrant clinic “without permission,” before forcing an illegal immigrant suspected 82

April 3, 2018 12:12 PM David Miliband calls on EU to allow half a million refugees to resettle in Europe

DAVID Miliband urged the European Union to stop “playing catch up” with the refugee crisis and step up its efforts to tackle it by bringing in half a million refugees over the next five years, a proposal likely to anger many EU state members. International Rescue Committee (IRC) chairman Mr Miliband's proposal would see the number of people welcomed 52

March 28, 2018 9:53 AM Salisbury nerve agent attack: Kremlin says UK must prove it did not poison spy

The Kremlin makes its bluntest accusation yet over the global solidarity with Britain's view the Skripals were poisoned by Russia. The Russian foreign ministry also said in the absence of that evidence it will consider the case a murder attempt on Russian citizens as part of a "massive political provocation". Russia's accusation is its bluntest yet as it continues 56

March 24, 2018 9:00 PM Greece arrests 3 traffickers holding 21 migrants hostage

THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) - Greek police in the northern city of Thessaloniki say they have arrested three Pakistanis who allegedly held 21 migrants hostage in a warehouse on the outskirts of the city, demanding money to release them. The migrants - 13 Eritreans, 7 Pakistanis and one person from Myanmar - had crossed over from Turkey on Wednesday and were taken 17

March 22, 2018 3:12 AM Muslim journalist slams 'racist Australia' for trying to help white South African farmers he says 'aren't being persecuted' despite law being passed to seize their land

A Muslim journalist has slammed Australia as racist for wanting to rescue white South African farmers who he says 'aren't being persecuted'. Tabish Talib, a senior producer and presenter with the Qatar-government owned Al Jazeera network, fronted a five-minute editorial video condemning Immigration Minister Peter Dutton. Despite South Africa's parliament 27

February 27, 2018 7:14 AM 'Germany changed the rules' Why Eastern Europeans are FURIOUS at Angela Merkel

THE European Union’s newest members in Eastern Europe are furious with German leader Angela Merkel over her handling of the refugee crisis, a political scientist has revealed. Ivan Krastev said countries such as Romania, Bulgaria and the Czech Republic enjoyed a brief honeymoon period after joining the EU but now feel like they have been taken advantage 97

February 26, 2018 12:49 AM Rare photographs that changed lives

Twenty-four photographs from the Lewis Hine archive have been auctioned in New York. The rare prints were from the collection of the late New York photographer Isador Sy Seidman. American sociologist Hine was one of the most important documentary photographers of the 20th Century. Because the notion of photojournalism and documentary did not exist at the time, Hine called 61

February 5, 2018 5:45 PM ‘Social bomb ready to explode’ Berlusconi pledges to deport 600,000 illegal immigrants

SILVIO Berlusconi has warned immigration in Italy is a “social bomb ready to explode” and promised to deport 600,000 illegal migrants from the country if his centre-right coalition wins power in next month’s elections. The pledge from the former prime minister, and leader of the Forza Italia party, comes just one day after six Africans were shot by a far-right 72

February 2, 2018 10:14 AM At least 90 migrants feared drowned after boat capsizes off Libya

Most of those on board are thought to have been Pakistanis, who have been taking more and more places on migrant boats. Olivia Headon, from the International Organisation for Migration, said most of those on board were Pakistanis. "They have given an estimate of 90 who drowned during the capsize, but we still have to verify the exact number of people 46

January 24, 2018 2:00 PM DAVOS 2018 LIVE: Gentiloni issues EU WARNING

AT DAVOS, Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni warned today that anti-EU parties could destabilise his country but claimed they would “not prevail” in the upcoming election, as addressed the World Economic Forum 2018. Mr Gentiloni said the populist right-wing parties standing in the upcoming election would cause disruption to reforms of Italy 132